ISP Config database

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by whitlebitle, Jul 10, 2008.

  1. whitlebitle

    whitlebitle New Member

    How to change username and password for isp config mysql database after installation?
     
  2. whitlebitle

    whitlebitle New Member

    anybody???
     
  3. createch

    createch ISPConfig Developer ISPConfig Developer

    Actually the ISPconfig panel allows you to change your admin username and password

    Go to tools > change password

    For other changes you want to make in mysql, I suggest you to either directly login the mysql, or install phpmyadmin and then do whatever you want (be careful of course). For changing root password to the mysql database, there are tones of tutorials on the net.

    (you can install the phpmyadmin using the management > update.)

    Cheers,
     
  4. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    If you change the username/password, you must modify the MySQL settings in /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/lib/config.inc.php.
     
  5. whitlebitle

    whitlebitle New Member

    I do not know if anybody noticed but there is a security breach in ISPconfig.

    Sometimes when you want to login to phpmyadmin system asks you for password and sometimes it doesn't. When it heppends that it doesn't ask you must reboot and then it works perfect.

    I do not why this heppends, that is why i asked you about changing password.

    System OS is Fedora Core 8
     
  6. createch

    createch ISPConfig Developer ISPConfig Developer

    Make sure you have closed all the browser windows if you want to "re-login" the phpmyadmin.

    If you have logged in once [successful login] in phpmyadmin, then even if you close that the browser window , you can still open another browser window and go into the phpadmin page without the need to re-supply the username/password -- provided that there is/are still unclosed browser window(s)).

    This is a normal behaviour that the browser remembers the login session variables. (this is not unique to phpmyadmin).
     

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